Monthly Archives: November 2015

Courier YTO Express on fast route to riches (China Daily)

A Shanghai YTO Express (Logistics) Co Ltd aircraft gets ready to take off at Xiaoshan airport in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province. YTO plans to expand its air cargo operations in the future. It is already the largest express delivery business by

President Xi Deserves Hero's Welcome (allAfrica.com)

President Mugabe first mooted the idea of a "Look East" policy around 2003. This, at first, looked like a knee-jerk reaction to efforts by the European Union and the United States to isolate Zimbabwe as punishment for embarking on the

South Sudan's SPLM/Aanesthesia: A story only a fence could tell (Ramciel Mail)

Dr John Garang flanked by Salva kiir South Sudan's SPLM/Aanesthesia: A story only a fence could tell By Gatkuoth Gatjiek To shed some light on the current so called "baby nation" all the time, even if the age of the

Iran New Petroleum Contracts to Restore Ties with Industrial World (FARS News Agency (Iran))

TEHRAN (FNA)- Chairman of Oil Contracts Revision Committee in the Iranian Ministry of Petroleum Mehdi Hosseini who introduced the Iran Petroleum Contract (IPC) at a conference held here on Saturday said the new contract models will help mend Iran’s relations

China to boost nonprofit TCM services (China Daily)

A clerk weighs traditional Chinese medicine in a Tongrentang pharmacy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in November, 2013. [Photo/China Daily] BEIJING - China is planning more and better nonprofit hospitals specializing in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in a bid to rapidly

Fleeing Syria: A family is lucky to be in California, but life is far from easy (Los Angeles Times)

LOS ANGELES — Just after sundown, a woman peeks into Room 209. Fouad Wawieh and his family appraise her warily. The woman, a resident of this one-star motel on Pomona's rough north side, gestures sloppily for a cigarette. Fouad, who

Obamatrade: Not about trade and not free (WND)

Now that we've seen the text of the TransPacific Partnership, aka Obamatrade, we can say it's even worse than we imagined. President Obama and his willing dupes in Congress, including Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell, claim this is a "free-trade"

Lanzhou noodles pull in big business at lunch time (China Daily)

A waiter serves noodles for customers at a noodle restaurant in Lanzhou, Gansu province. [Photo/Xinhua] The other day, my boss suggested that I look into the mushrooming business of Lanzhou-style hand-pulled noodles, after he became a regular customer at a

Accutest and Fox Chase Cancer Center – Temple Health Form Strategic Partnership on Clinical Trials for Oncology (PR Newswire)

MUMBAI, November 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Accutest Research Laboratories, a leading independent and internationally accredited Contract Research Organization (CRO), has formed a strategic partnership with Fox Chase Cancer Center - Temple Health for joint work on clinical trials. The partnership

7 harvest festivals around the world that make Thanksgiving look boring (GlobalPost)

It’s that time of the year again. Millions of Americans are crisscrossing the country today to spend Thanksgiving with their families. What started in 1621 as a feast between Pilgrims and Native Americans to celebrate a successful harvest has evolved